OFFER DEADLINE27/05/2021 17:00 - Europe/Athens
EU RESEARCH FRAMEWORK PROGRAMMEHE / MSCA
ORGANISATION/COMPANYUniversity of Córdoba
DEPARTMENTDept. of Social Sciences, Philosophy, Geography and Translation and Interpretation
Prof. María del Carmen Balbuena Torezano / Dept. Ciencias Sociales, Filosofía, Geografía, Traducción e Interpretación welcomes expressions of interest from Postdoctoral researchers with an excellent track record of research and publication to apply jointly from UCO to the European Commission Marie Skłodowska-Curie Postdoctoral Fellowship Scheme in 2021 (MSCA-PF-2021), which call will be open on 27th May 2021.
My current research focuses on Global Terrorism: Terminology and Translation. My research group is currently interested in multilingual Terminology to improve Projects with TermCoord (Terminology without Borders), EU Parliament. My projects always intend to go beyond the state-of-the-art in Multilingual Terminology and Specialized Translation. The final goal of my research line is a multilingual glossary of terms (EN, FR, ES, DE, IT, AR), which can be inserted in IATE (Terminology Datenbank of the EU).
If you are interested in pursuing this opportunity, please, forward your CV and a short motivation letter including your research area, project idea and how you, and your research, could contribute to my research lines.
Expressions of interest must be forwarded before 27th May 2021 to email@example.com stating in the subject “EoI_MSCA-PF-2021”. The selected candidate will be invited to work in the application together with Prof. María del Carmen Balbuena Torezano and the International Projects Office from UCO from the month of May’2021. Please, ensure your agenda allows for full dedication to the proposal preparation during the summer months, since the MSCA Postdoctoral Fellowship deadline is 15th September 2021.
IMPORTANT: Applicants should check their CV against the eligibility and mobility conditions of Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions Postdoctoral Fellowships:
(*)Information still subject to change. The final MSCA Work Programme is not published yet
The University of Cordoba (UCO, Cordoba, Spain), established in 1972, is a non-profit High Education and Research Institution considered at the forefront of research in Andalusia and ranking among the top research institutions at the National level. With more than 24 000 students, 1 250 professors and 800 employees in 2020, UCO has the capacity and dynamism to face the third decade of the 21st century as a university of high teaching quality and proven scientific solvency. UCO has a commitment with society, promoting innovation, research and technological development as an instrument for the social and economic progress, and has received the "Human Resources Excellence in Research" (HRS4R) European Commission Award, which publicly recognises that we have improved our human resource policies to align them with the principles of The European Charter for Researchers and The Code of Conduct for Recruitment of Researchers.
Three main offices related to international promotion, funding, transfer of knowledge and protection of results operate at UCO: the International Relations Office (ORI), the Results Transfer Office (OTRI) and the International Projects Office (OPI). Thanks to their support, UCO has a large experience in coordinating, managing and implementing international projects since 2nd Framework Programme (2FP_1987–1991). During the last Framework Programme (H2020_2014-2020), UCO obtained 45 projects funded, plus 47 projects funded by other European programmes, meaning almost 20 M€ in income.
The Centre Campus (Humanities, and Legal and Social Sciences), distributed throughout the centre of the capital of Cordoba, holds several facilities of UCO. The modern building that houses the Faculty of Labor Sciences, located next to The Malmuerta Tower, merges with the historical and architectural value of the headquarters of the Faculty of Law, and Economic and Business Sciences, and the Faculty of Philosophy and Letters, which is located in the heart of the Jewish Quarter.
UCO is also equipped with cutting-edge centralized research facilities (SCAI), located at the Rabanales Campus, including a Scanning Confocal Electron Microscope (SCEM), a Genomics and Proteomics Unit, a NIR/MIR Spectroscopy Unit, a Mass Spectrometry Unit, and a Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Unit, among others. UCO also has greenhouses, its own Meteorology Station and a Central Animal Experimentation Unit, which complies with national and European legislation concerning research with genetically modified animals.
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